How do you remove the dashboard fascia on a 1999 Chevy Astro?
how do you remove the spider gears in a 1999 chevy siverado?
Usually passenger side, under the dashboard.
where is my hood latch located on my 1999 Chevy silverado pickup
what does it mean if my brake light is blinking on and off when its pushed down in my 1999 Chevy silverado
Remove the transmission oil pan for access to filter
buy a Chilton manual and it will tell you most of what you need to know.
It is inside of the fuel tank. Remove the bed and take it out of the top of the tank. Or remove the fuel tank then take it out.
Yes, you sure can.
I have a 1999 chevy Silverado how to fix my day time running lights
Yes they will as long as the 99 is not the new body style.
Yes as long as the 1999 is not a classic model.
I have 1999 chevy Silverado z71 wanting to see if a 1994-95 chevy Silverado z71 bed will fit
On the 1999 Chevy Silverado Z71 4WD, the speed sensor is part of a module. It is located next to the transmission housing.
It should if it is the round body style such as 2001 or 2002.
To change the heater core on a 1999 Chevy 4-wheel drive, first remove the dashboard and drain the coolant. Unbolt the core from its mounts and remove the dash panel to be able to change the heater core.
it could but you might need to trim the rear a little
You can if the 99 is the new body design / nother words the 99 body will look like the 2003 body. In LATE 1999 chevy REDESIGNED all there engines and transmissions and NOTHING will interchange from 1999 down to late 1999 and up.
The wheels on a 1998 Chevy Silverado are 288 x 288. The first GMT800 Silverado/ Sierra were released in 1998 as 1999 models. The Chevy Silverado is available with either rear wheel drive or four wheel drive.
how do you replace the wiper motor pulse board on a 1999 Chevy Silverado 2500
The heater coil is located behind the dash board. You will have to remove the dashboard to get at the heater coil
It is mounted in the passenger side of the engine block right behind the starter. You will have to remove the starter to get to it.